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THE SUNDAY HERALD, AUGUST 2, 1891.
SOCIETY IN SUMMER.
IVBEREABOVTS AMD MOYKMEXTS OF
Departure or Many Persons Who Hail
Been Deterred by TJnfnvornhlo
"Weather from VleltlUR Scnsitlo or
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Allen held ft recep
tion on Wednesday evening to celebrate tho
twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage.
The softly-lighted parlors wero decorated with
palms and potted plants. Mr. and Mrs. Allen
greeted tbo guests In the 6econd parlor, re
celvlng congratulations and best wishes
from many friends. They were the recipients
of many handsome remembrances In silver
from friends in New York, Pennsylvania, In
diana, and California as well as in the city.
A number of musical people entertained the
company nt short Intervals during the even
ing. A collation of salads and Ices was served
from 10 to 13 o'clock. MIbs Champllu sorvod
Tiunch. Amon? the micsts wero Mr. and Mrs.
' F. S. Presbroy, Mr. Charles D. Spalding,
' Judcc and Mrs. J. J. llaydcn, Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Peace, Miss Adrienne Pease, Lieutenant
"Walker, U. S. R. M., and Mrs. Walker, Mr.
and Mrs. J. "P. Miller, Miss Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. B. Jenkins, Miss Mattio Jenkins,
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman, Mr. and Miss Aydoll
otte, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Winter, Mr. and Mrs.
Vandcgrift, the Misses Terry, Miss Boswcll,
the Misses Cbamplln, the Misses Gruello, Mr.
Thomas Lloyd Jenkins, Mr. C. Gordon Allen,
Mr. Elliott MiddlctonLanc, Mr. H. B. Mcrritt,
and Mr. Olmsted.
( The Social Twenty, a club under the cbaper-
1 onago of Mrs. P. B. Dunn, gave a pleasant
surprise pai ty to the Misses Relnbardt, of Bal
timore, and Miss Carrie Cook, of York, Pa.,
i last Friday evening, at Mr. and Mrs. Liven' s
country seat, BrTghtwood. The spacious
I lawns surrounding the honso were ornamented
w-lth Chinese lanterns. Dancing, vocal mu
sic, and a choice supper made the evening
most enjoyable. Among those present wero
the Misses Mary D. Garrity, Katie Dunn, Ce
cilia and Agathy "Wehrly, Moylsel, Barbara
Bischof, and Messrs. Evans, JohnEon, Addi
son, Asbburn, Frank Blscbof, C. M. Gillette,
James D. O'Dommell, William Tallferro, and
Mr. W. D. Swan, bond clerk of the office of
the Comptroller of tho Currency, entertained
a few of his friends over Sunday at his coun-
v try place at Riverside, Md., where his family
are summering. Mr. 8wan is an enthusiastic
amateur larmer ana tooic great aengnt in
showing his friends about his farm. Mr.
Swan's guests were Colonel G. N. Whlttiug
ton, Interior Department; Hon. R. M. Nixon,
Deputy Comptroller of the Currency; Mrs. E.
E. Stuart, of Capitol Hill, and Miss S. M.
Cartwrlght, of Georgetown.
Among the "Washingtonians at Rehoboth,
Del., are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibbs, Judge
and Mrs. Bentley and Mr. Alexander Bentley,
Mrs. and Miss Brodhead, Miss Glbbs, Dr. and
Mrs. Henry achorloy, Mr. ana airs, wiiiiam
J. Acker, Mrs. and Miss Call, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Carter and Miss Rice, Miss Agnes
Stevens, Miss Rose Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. E.
P. Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. "William Orme ana
children, General and Mrs. Lockwood, Mi6s
Lockwood, and others
Miss Nannie Jone3, of 8331 N street, leaves
Monday for a month's stayatBuena Vista,
Va., where she will join her 6lster, Miss Bessie
Jones, and a party of friends. Later in the
summer they will visit friends in Staunton,
' and in the early part of September Miss Jones
will go down to Colonial Beach to Btay a week
or so with her friends, the Misses McGowan,
The marriage of Miss Kate Daly and Mr.
James Jemison will take place Tuesday morn
ing at tho parsonage of St. Paul's Church,
Fifteenth and V streets. Immediately after
the ceremony the bridal pair will start on a
wedding journey to New York, Niagara and
Colonel John B. Parke, of the Army, was
in the city last weeK visiting his brother,
Robert A. Parke, esq., of the Pennsylvania
Railroad. Colonel Parke has been granted a
leave of absence for two months and will sail
shortly for Europe to spend his vacation
Miss Mildred Carlisle and Mi6S Langhorne
were among the fifteen young girls Invited to
an elegantly appointed lunch given on Friday,
July 24, by Mi68 Helen King, daughter of Mr.
John C. King, president of tho Erie Railroad,
at her cottage at tho Greenbrier White Sul
phur, Colonel George A. Ames and his two eons
left yesterday for the G. A. R. encampment at
Detroit, and thence they will go to Buffalo,
Syracuse, and Sylvan Beach to attend the re
union of the colonel's old regiment, the Sec
ond New York Artillery.
Mrs. Hutchinson and Mrs. Ball are at their
country seat, Sitka, for the 6ummer. In tho
fall it is their intention to forsake Washington
and take up their homo in San Francisco,
where they have recently purchased a resi
dence,. Mrs, Joseph F. CoIHhb and daughter, Mrs.
John Hadley Doyle, and her son, Herbert,
sailed from Baltimore on Thursday for Boston,
Arrivlnc at Boston they will visit Marblehcad.
thence returning to Atlantic City for a short
Mrs, Gilbert Edmond Overton and family
have arrived in this city from Paris, where
they have resided for the pa6t two years.
Captain Overton has taken the house 1729 Q
street, where tho family Is now settled.
Miss Belle Griffin, of Alexandria, and Mr.
De Vaughn were united in marriage on Wed
nesday by Father Keating, S. J, Tho cere
mony took place In the pastoral residence of
St. Mary's Church, Alexandria.
Miss Ella Bimms, of Corcoran street, after a
delightful visit to New Bedford, is now at
Cambridge, Mass., visiting relatives, Before
returning homeward she will make a trip to
the "White Mountains.
Lieutenant Sill, of the Revenue Marino
Service, has been ordered to'Galve6ton, where
he Is to do duty on the new revenue cutter
thatjs fitting out at that place. Mrs. Sill
will accompany him,
Ml6s Mary Miller, daughter of Colonel Mil
ler, U, S. A., of the garrison at Fortress
Monroe, is visiting Mies Tompkins, daughter
of General 0. H. Tompkins, at Governor's
Mr. P. II. HelskeU, jr., is enjoying a so
journ of threo weeks at Lake Mfnnewasku as
a guest of Mr, Herbert C. PJass, of New
York city. Among olher "Washingtonians at
this resort are Judgo William Strong, of tho
Supremo Court, nnd daughters, Mr. St.
ilulien D. Dapray, and Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Mrs. William II. Dcmpscy and Miss Dcmp
soy and Mrs. Vm. J. Miller aud daughters will
leave to-morrow for Atlantic City, where they
will spend the month of August at Haddeu
Mr. aud Mrs. J. M. Carson will loavo tho
city August 10 for a tour of ,tluv great lakes.
Ml6s Adelaide CarBon is' at West Point, visit
ing her brother, Lieut. Carson, of the Army.
Mrs. II. II. Gllfry, with her two littlo
daughters, Helen and Salllc, are spending a
few weeks In tho mountains noar Hagerstown,
Md. Mrs. McCormac, of Oregon, is with them.
Captain and Mrs. Ross Browne, who havo
Uius far enjoyed tho summer at their pretty
homo on Caroline place, will leavo to-morrow
for their summer homo at Vinoyard Harbor.
Rev. Dr. Coroy joined Mrs. Coroy at Tarry-towu-on-the-Hudsou
they will take a vacation trip to Saratoga, tho
White Mountains and Canada.
Miss Belle Gleason, of R street, with Miss
Margaret Aylmer, of Gr street, left last week
to join Mrs. Gleason at tho Red Sulphur
Springs of Virginia.
Miss Julia Edle, who has been visiting Mrs.
Royburn, at Capo May, will spend tho month
of August at Bar Harbor with her aunt, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Weaver, of Le Droit
Park, with their children, havo gono to Rock
Enon Springs, where they will remain for the
month of August.
Miss Blanche Goodacrc and her brother,
Mr. Charles Goodacre, of 2215 H street, left
yesterday for a trip to Saratoga, Lake George
and Troy, N. Y.
Secretarj' Tracy left tho city on Friday for
Bar narbor, where, with, Mrs. Wilmerding
and Miss Alice, he will spend tho month of
Miss Jennie Pritchard and Miss Emma
Marshall, of Winchester, Va., arc tho guests
of the Misses McKericher, of Glenwood, noar
Sir Julian Pauncefote is at Newport. The
date of tho return of Lady Pauncefote and
daughters to this country has not been settled
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Edwards havo re
turned from their wedding trip and are lo
cated at Uieir home, 1631 Massachusetts av
enue. Mr. John Tweedale, chief clerk of the War
Department, and Mrs. Tweedale will spend
tho month of August at Lake Mohawk, N. Y.
Miss Elizabeth Patterson has returned from
a visit to Now England. While at "Worcester,
Mass., she was the guest of Mrs. Senator Hoar.
Miss Grace Beaumont will make only a short
visit in Towanda, whence she will go to the
Adirondack6 for a 6ojourn of several weeks.
Miss Nottie McDonald of Capitol Hill will
spend August at Lancaster, Pa., with her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Thompson.
Mrs. Wilson, wife of Naval Construator
"Wilson, accompanied by her two daughters, is
enjoying a trip to Boston and Its vicinity.
Dr. R. C. Fisher, of Connecticut avenue, is
making a visit to relatives in Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Fisher has returned from Atlantic City.
Mrs. J. W. Jones and Miss Katy-dld Jones,
of 1213 O street, left for Atlantic City on Mon
day. They will remain there a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hamilton are spend
ing the summer at the countrv home of the
Misses Merrick,' near Ellicott City, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Straus are home from
their wedding journey and will be pleased to
see their friends at 1502 Seventh 6treet.
Mrs. Robert Hei6ton and daughter, Miss
Alice, and Mrs. "W. H. Hoeko and daughter
aro summering at Orkney Springs, Va.
Miss May Agnes Clarke, of New York, 16
visiting her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. D.
B. Clarke, at their farm, Valley View.
Miss Allco Wilmerding spent the time of
her mother's absence in Europe with her aunt ,
Mrs. Catlin, at Babylon, Long Island.
Miss Kitty Reed, daughter of ex-Speaker
Reed, has been for a few weeks the guest of
the Misses Long, at Hingham, Mass.
Miss Clara Willard, of the Treasury Depart
ment, left yesterday evening for a month's
vacation at her home at Belolt, Wis.
Miss Fannie Thomson is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. George "W. Albaugh, at their homo on
East Main street, Westminster, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon J. Fague and
daughter will leave early in the week for the
mountains of Western Maryland.
Miss Addle Miller, of Tenth street, left
yesterday for Atlantic City, where she will
remain for the next three weeks.
Miss Emma Lynch, of Richmond, is visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Eakln Gadsby at their
home on Georgetown Heights.
Mrs. Margaret Murray Aylmer and tho
Misses Mamie and Katie Aylmer will leave
to-morrow for Warrentou, Va.
Ml6s Mamie Magee leaves the fore part of
the week for Boston, where she will remain
during tho month of August,
MI6S Bessie Cowell, of the Treasury Depart
ment, accompanied by her mother, is spending
a month at Round Hill, Va.
Hon. Herman W. Snow, of Illinois, accom
panied by bis daughter, Miss Florence Snow,
Is at the Hygela, Old Point.
The Misses Mclntire, of Rhode Island ave
nue, will spend the month of August at the
Greenbrier White Sulphur.
Mrs. A. M. Gorman left last week for Dela
ware, where she will visit her relations and
friends for several weeks.
Mrs. Armstrong and Miss Addison, who
had been visiting In Warrenton, returned
homo early In the week.
Tho Misses Bates, of L street, will leave to
morrow for Bedford Springs, where they will
remain until September.
Miss Mamie MlUrick, of 221 F street north
west, is at Atlantic City, where she will re
main through August.
Miss Cecilia Du Hamel and Miss Stacey
Boyle have returned from a month's sojourn
at Lynn Haveu, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. C, Siinms and family
have returned from a sojourn of 6overal weeks
at Capo May Point.
Mr6. E. M. Taber and daughter will go to
Mansfield, Ohio, this week to spend the sum
mer with relatives.
Miss Bessie Leeso is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
William R. Eckloff, in Washington County.
Miss Florence Plass, of New York, who
will bo remembered by all who met her wb.Ho
visiting horo last season, is decidedly the
belle at Lake Mtnuowaska
Mrs. Shrlvcr Stuart will mako a trip to Ni
agara Falls with a party of friends, leaving
hero on Thursday.
Mrs. C. G. Schneider and tho Misses Schnei
der left on Tuosday morning for Long branch
and Asbury Park.
Mrs. Emily T. Charles and her mother
leave on Tuesday for a northern tour to bo ab
sent for a month.
Miss Allco Burdettu and Mr. narry Bur
dettc havo returned from a trip to Niagara
Mrs. T. W. Cochran and her sister, Miss
Annie Cross, are spending a fortnight at
Mrs. Howard Clagett has been confined to
hor bed by quite a serious Illness. Sho is now
Dr. Swau M. Burnett will leavo to-morrow
for Capo Breton Island to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey havo moved
In from Falls Church and aro living at 817
Mr. S. H. Witherow left yesterday for
Cape May where ho will spend a fortnight at
General and Mrs. William H. Browue, of K
street, will leavo during the week for a trip to
Mrs. B. II. Warner left yesterday for Capon
Springs, where 6ho will spend the remainder
of tho season.
Mrs. Captain A. A. Thomas and her sister,
Miss Marshall, are spending the heated season
Miss Kendall, of 720 Tenth street, has gone
to visit friends at Fortress Monroe and Vir
Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Brent, of Q 6treet, aro
spending a month in the lower counties of
Indian Commissioner Morgan, with Mrs.
Morgan, sailed yesterday for a six weeks' trip
Mrs. Dyer left yesterday for a month's va
cation in'the region of La Plata, St. Charles
Miss Carrie Nicholson, of Baltimore, Is
visiting Mrs. Philip T. Hall, of Georgetown
Mrs. Knox, of this city, formerly Miss
Mamie Hodges, of Baltimore, is at Berkeley
Professor and Mrs. Gore will spend the
month of August In the vicinity of Winches
Mr. T. W. Cochran and Mi6s Annie Cross
have cono to Old Point Comfort for a fort
night. Mr. Mark Latimer will leavo this week for
a month's outing In tho mountains of Vir
ginia. Mr. and Mrs. Mills Dean and family are
Eummerlng in the mountains of West Vir
ginia. Mrs. and Miss Soul6 will spend the month of
August at Indian Harbor Hotel, Greenwich,
Mrs. Denver and her daughter are still In
the city and will remain here until Septem
ber. Postmaster General Wanamaker divides his
time between Washington and Capo May
Chief Engineer George R. Johnson, Mrs.
and Miss Johnson are at Mountain Lake Park.
Postmaster Sherwood and family havo gone
to Michigan to spend tho month of August.
Frederick M. Bogan Is camping with
friends in mountains near Cumberland, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vinton Dahlgren are
spending a few weeks at Narragansett Pier.
Miss Josephine Fant will leavo to-morrow
for a month's sojourn at .Berkeley Springs.
Mrs. J. M. Crossman and family, of Falls
Church, are at Capo May for the summer.
Lieutenant and Mrs. John A. Hoogerwerff
are at tho Princess Anne, Virginia Beach.
Rear Admiral Balch and family are summer
ing at Dawsonvllle, Montgomery County.
Miss Salllc Mackall and Miss Nina Bradley,
of Georgetown, are at Capo May Point.
Mrs. Dr. S. W. Bogan, with the children,
is at Berkeley Springs for the summer.
Miss Bulau Parsons, of 823 Fourteenth
street, Is sojourning at Atlantic City.
Major and Mrs. Wm. Howard Mills and
family aro sojourning at Laurel, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. William Knox have returned
from a pleasant visit to Atlantic City.
Mrs. Donald McPherson and son have left
for tho mountains of Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Isador Saks and son aro sojourning at
the United States Hotel, Saratoga.
Mr. and Airs. M, J. Adler and family, of
Georgetown, aro at Beach Haven.
Judgo and Mrs, McArthur arc, as usual,
spending tho season at Saratoga,
Dr. and Mrs. Cogswell and Miss Dorothy
Cogswell are at Ashovllle, N. C.
Miss Frances Cox Is visiting Mrs. J. Brad
leld Hartley at Montclalr, N. J.
Dr. and Mrs. Garnett Hills will spend tho
month of August at Capo May.
Dr. and Mrs. BIrdsall have returned from a
month's sojourn at Cape May.
Miss nelen V. Lane, of this city, is at the
White Sulphur for tho season.
Mrs. J. Baumgarten and Miss Carrie Baum
garten are at Harper's Ferry.
Mrs, Laskoy and the Misses Laskoy, of Q
street, are at Harper's Ferry.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. W. Noyes are visiting
the land of the midnight sun.
Mrs. W. D. Henry and two little sons aro
summering at Colton's, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Crane are passlngtho
month of July in Chicago.
Minister and Madame Guzman are at the
Greenbrier White Sulphur.
Miss Louise Snead Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Glover, at Tuxedo,
Dr. and Mrs. Bromwell are passing some
weeks at Lake George.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCann went to At
lantic City on Tuesday.
Mrs. and MI66 Oyster are sojourning at
Northeast Harbor, Me.
Miss Janio Cox is visiting Mies 'Elizabeth
Shcpard In Warrenton.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Robinson are at tho
Blue Mountain nouse.
Dr. and Mrs. Downey will leave for At
lantic City to-morrow.
Mrs. Russell Soley and family aro at their
Bar Harbor cottage.
Mrs.Delaplainoand daughters left on Friday
for Dclaplainc, Va,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Ltcbcrmann aro at
Beach Haven, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, C. Hill are summering
at Maguolta, Mass,
Miss Inez Daniel Is summering at Hillsboro,
In the Blue Rldgo.
Miss Tlrzah Mackallj of Georgetown, is at
Mr. J. W. Pilling has joined his family at
Miss Alma Nacbman is enjoying an outing
in the mountains.
Mr. and Mr. Thomas P. .Barden aro at St.
General and Mr6. llonkle, of M street, aro
at A6bury Park.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. M. Sweat have arrived
nt Bar Harbor.
Dr. and Mrs. Cook and Miss Lloyd aro at
Mr. Samuel Fowler and sons havo roturned
Miss Delia Miller is at Paxson's, Loudoun
Mrs. E. P. Story and tho Misses Story aro at
Cape May. '
Dr. aud Mrs. W. G. Cook aro at Capon
The Misses Davidge aro at Dcer-Park for tho
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Gltt aro at Atlantic
Judgo Shollabarger and family ai e at Spring
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Mackall aro at Spring
Dr. and Mrs. Greenleaf are at Spring Lake.
Miss Chlnn 16 at Lake George for the season.
Dr. Magrudcr, of the Navy, Is at Deer Park.
Dr. and Mrs. McCalla are at Atlantic City.
Dr. Ruth, of tho Navy, Is 111 at Carlsbad.
Judge and Mrs. Wyllo are at Saratoga.
Miss Maud Gouvencur Is at Capo May.
Miss Emily WInant Is at Long Beach.
Secretary Proctor lias gone to Detroit.
Mr. Charles Gurley is at Nantucket.
Mi6S Rose Wallis is at Atlantic City.
Mrs. A. S. Tilton Is at Saratoga.
SURPRISED COLONEL. SELiIGSON.
His knto Census Olllco Associates Cole
lira to His Birthday Anniversary.
The anniversary of that Important event in
the life of Mr. Herman Arthur Sollcson, his
birthday, was appropriately celebrated on i
Monday evening last at his residence, 2812 N
street, We6t Washington. It was a "stag re
union," as most of those who attended were
the late associates of Mr. Seligson in the
Census Office. The gathering was a total sur
prise tohlm. He had a business engagement
in Baltimore, and on returning home found
the place in a blazo of light, and tho gardens
artistically hung with various-colored Chlueso
lantcrs. The fountain in the centre of tho
grounds, that threw a stream high in the air,
was also Illuminated. The limitations had
been quietly Issued by Mrs. S'tJllgson. A full
string orchestra furnished instrumental music,
while Messrs. George D. Scott, Mr. Ned H.
Span?, and the Schubert Quartette, Messrs.
Henry Kaiser, Frank Bhd, James McFarland,
and C. H. Hoover, rendered some choice vocal
music. Tho singing of the quartette was very
enjoyable, and "Corinthians" was encored
over and over again. The best of cheer pre
vailed, and when the guests had assembled In
tho dlnlng-room, Chief Clerk Chllds, on be
half of the chiefs of division of tho Census
Office, presented Mr. Seligson, in a very flat
terlnc speech, a magnificent ten-gallon cut-
flasspunch bowl with a ladle of solid silver.
Ir. Seligson feelingly responded. During
the evening Mr. James H. Wardle, assistant
chief clerk, In replying to a toast spoke of
Mr. Sellgson's valuable services to tho census
which ho had entered only after repeated re
quests. Mr. Sellgson's work in the Tenth
Census, Mr. Wardle said, had been performed
so satisfactorily that his servico was needed
for tho one now being finished. When he had
finished the work of tho Enumerators' Pay
Division ho resigned and resumed his private
business, every employe of the office regret
ing hl6 going. Judge Noah also spoke.
Among the guests present were Mr. A. F.
Chllds, chief clerk Census Office; Mr. James
H. Wardle, assistant chief clerk; Mr. W. C.
Hunt and Mr. Howard Sutherland, experts;
tho following chiefs of division: Messrs. E.
W. Koch, Charles G. Leonard, J. J. Noah, J.
B. Spalding, E. C. Rlnehardt, and J. M. Rio
man. Mr. Herman Hollcrill, Paymaster
George W. Evans, Hon. Georco C. Gorham,
Dr. Carl Klelnschmidt, Mr. Francis Miller,
Dr. L. w. Kltcnie, Wang Jtiung Ting, Uhung
Yu Ting, of tho Chinese legation; Mr. Henry
S. Merrill, Mr. Augustus Van Ness, Mr. John
Hadley Doyle, Mr. John W, Sims, Mr. Sam
Edmonston. Mr. George D, Scott, Mr. W. H.
Daniels, Mr. George W. Miller, Mr. D. B.
McLcod, Mr. Ned H. Spang, Mr. and Mrs.
Sparling, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hood, Mrs. C.
H. nood, Mrs. A. P. Dunlap, Miss Addle
Miller, and Miss Nettle Miller. It was nearly
2 o'clock ero tho throng dispersed to the
merry music of "He's a Jolly Good Fellow,"
A BIe Catch by Washington X'lBliormon.
The Block Island Hid Ocean contains tho
following: "Among the guests at the Eureka
are Messrs. n. W. Plumb, H. M. Morse, W.
G. Duckett, and F. D. Lewis, of Washington,
D, C, who havo earned quite a reputation in
the piscatorial line. They started out Wednes
day In pursuit of the fe6tlvo "Blue," on the
yacnt utrate, anu mat tnese gentlemen nave
very "taking" ways
is attested by tho fact
that they returned
with 72 of the finny
Port Grope "Wine for the Sick.
"We can confidently recommend Sneer's
Poit Grape Wino, a superior article of wine
for the sick and debilitated,
"The vineyards and cellars are at Passaic,
N. J." Medical Review, No brandy is better
than Speer's "Climax" of 1870. Sold by
White Wings on tho Sands.
Now York Post.
For seaside hats wlng6 are preferred above
all other garniture, as they are not affected
by dampness. White wings are most liked,
but black and brown are also much used. A
6lugle pair of pointed white wings aro set to
point backward from the front, amid full
drapery of white chiffon that surrounds tho
crown of chip shade hats,
"Faust Beer" is pure,
HAYEMER & DAYIS,
928 and 930 F Siroot.
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR
New Styles and Ohoice
Novelties for Spring
IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES and SLIPPERS,.
These goods are fresh from tho fac
tory, and wo havo them In all different
styles and materials.
OUR OXFORD THIS
In Patent Leatbcr,.and French Kid and all'
Bhades of Oozo Calf aro Fresh and New Do
WE ARE MAKING
MEN'S AND BOY'S SHOES
A Leading Feature in Our Business,
and have spared no time and money
to get together the Finest and Largest
Assortment of all Desirablo Styles
Hathaway Soulo fe Harrington,.
At $3, $4, said $5.
Patent Leather Hand-Sewed Shoes, 85.
937 and 939 F ST. N. W.
PRICES TELL THE STORY.
GOOD VALUES NEED NO EULOGIUM.
HERE ARE PRICES
WITH SHORTEST POSSIBLE DESCRIP
TIONS AMONG THE MILLINERY.
Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, wero $G and $8;
Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, wero $i and $5;
Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, were $2 and
$2.50; now 48c.
Untrimmed Hats and Bonuels, were 50c,
$1.25; now 25c.
Flowers, every design and color, were $1.50,
$2.50; now 98c.
Flowers, every design and color, were G21c,
$1.25; now 25c. '
Ribbons, overy color, all silk, were 30c. ; now
Ribbons, black gauze, were 35c; now 15c
AMONG THE CLOAKS.
30 Cloth Jackets, were $4aud$G; now $1.48.
The balance of our stock of Capes and
Wraps for less than one-half value.
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN
Night Dresses tucked yoke and ruffled, 4Sc
Night Dresses tucked and insertion yoke,
9Sc. J '
Three to five styles at each price named.
Chemises corded bands aud well made, 39c.
Chemises pointed or pompadour, 59c.
Three to six styles at each price named.
Drawers hem and four tucks, 25c.
Drawers tucks and embroidered ruffle, 49c.
Full assortment of sizes at each price.
Corset Covers plain or trimmed, 12c.
Corset Covers fine cambric, 25c.
Corset Covers V-shaped, embroidery
All except tho first are in low neck, as well
as square and high.
Skirts cambric ruffle tucks above, 39c,
Skirts embroidered or tucked ruffle, 08c.
Skirts lace edge or full tucked, $1.33.
A leading maker's stock to bo closed out
now on this basis:
Lot 1 Fast Black Silk Gloria, 98c.
Lot 2 Fast Black Guaranteed Silk Komo,
Lot 3 Fast Black Silk GIorlal.CB.
A reduction in Corsets for a few days for
the want of room.
All tho leading makes, C. P., R. & G P.
N., Thompson's, Dr. Warner, fcc, &a &c.
"Tho Monumental" 75c Corset, 50c
"Tho Monumental" $1 Corset, 75c
Wo have established a reputation of selling
only what is good and reliable In Gloves. We
fit and guarantee all gloves from 97c. upward.
Exceptional value in Kid Gloves; also in
Taffeta Silk Gloves and Mitts, all silk: were
59c, at 31c.
SPECIAL HANDKERCHIEF SALE,
100 dozen Union Linen, plain and fancy
borders, Wero 8c At 5c
150 dozen Linen, plain and fancy borders.
Were 18c. At 10c
120 dozen Linen, plain and fancy borders.
Wore 25c At 15c.
100 dozen Linen, embroidered. Wero 37c.
Tho above aro of our new fall importation
TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS.
Lot 1 Sixty-three dozen Lislo Thread Ho6e,
in all tho now dress shades, both plain and
Richeulleu ribbed, at 89c Value, 02Jc.
Fancy Hose, Richeulleu ribbed, with Black
boots, al60 In Tans and Grays as well as Bal
briggan and Plain Black, for ladles and chil
dren. All guaranteed stainless. Some of
them Hermsdorf dye. At 13c, 2 pair for 25c.
25 dozen, tho balance of our 25c Swi66
Ribbed Vests, at 15c, or 2 for 25c A great
Wo have just received a shipment of 50
dozen Ladles' ALL-WOOL, Jersey Ribbed
Vests, in all sizes, Imported to sell at 75c,
which we will offer at 50c Tho best value ever
shown. Askto see them.
937 and 939 F st. n. w.